Hunstanton Library has a host of upcoming events for all ages to keep you entertained in the warm now that autumn has arrived.
Continuing their regular events, the library will be hosting Scrabble Club every Wednesday from 10am to 12pm, and Under 5s Rhyme Time on Fridays from 11am to 11.30am.
From Thursday, November 13, Knit and Natter will start up from 10.30am to 12.30pm, meeting every second Thursday of the month with the Norfolk Knitters.
Community Library Elena Parkin said: “Come along and knit for charity or if you’re a beginner we’ll help get you started. All welcome, if you’re just visiting Hunstanton come along too!”
A card making group will meet every two weeks on either Monday or Friday afternoons from 1-3pm.
Plus there are a host of one-off events and courses, starting with Surf’s Up Computer Course on Tuesday, November 11.
Elena added: “If you’re new to computers and would like to learn the basics this course could be for you. A free eight-session course open to anyone over 60.
It covers getting online, searching the Internet, email and more! Sessions on Tuesday mornings and Thursday afternoons.
Norfolk’s First World War Archaeology is a talk by by Claire Bradshaw from Norfolk Historic Environment Service, taking place on Thursday, November 6, from 2-3pm, tickets cost £2 and booking is essential.
Elena added: “Please note the Family History Group will no longer be meeting at the library, but one-to-one help with tracing your family tree is still available. Please contact the library to book an appointment.”
For further information about these events, or to book your place where necessary, please contact the library on 01485 532280.